milton-keynes-mobile-searchNidal Philips Checks Player Through  Door

     In a Ice hockey game played at the Milton Keynes ice rink a player Nidal Philips of MK Thunder timed his check perfectly on an opposing Hornet ice hockey player exiting the unsuspecting  player through a  door that was not closed properly at the rink.

The reason for body checking is to separate the player from the puck. The most common is side checking, driving the shoulder, upper arm and hip and elbow, equally into the opponent or using the body to knock an opponent against the boards or to the ice. This checking or hitting and is only permitted on an opponent with possession of the puck and usually the doors are fully closed at time of impact



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